|SimCity 2000 Special Edition Intro - Maxis|
This is the video intro from SimCity 2000 Special Edition. There was no video included in any of the previous versions of the game since none of them had appeared on CD-ROM. The CD Collection subtitled as "Special Edition" was released with these videos appearing before the main menu - showing the old Maxis logo subtitled "Software Toys" and a short video introducing the game. In addition WillTV, the interviews with Will Wright, were also new content for the game, and are available here...
Keywords: SimCity 2000; Maxis; Intro; In game video
|Assassins Creed - Demo Intro - Ubisoft Montreal|
The intro video files from the PC release of Assassins Creed (although the date is of the console version release). The files play on the startup of the game. The Ubisoft logo (UBI_LOGO) is a nice Assassins-Creed visuals version of the normal logo. The main file (DemoIntro) is the same as pre-release trailer footage, showing an assassination and chase. Finally, the Warning/Disclaimer (Warning_Disclaimer) also plays, stating: "Inspired by historical events and characters...
Keywords: Ubisoft Montreal; Ubisoft; Assassins Creed; Intro
|Max Payne 2 Startup - Remedy Entertainment|
The startup/intro movie for Max Payne 2, a simple montage reloading from a mid-level point, showing the producers and the games title, before the main menu. In the segments list you can download the original bik file as well as the converted MPEG4 version.
Keywords: May Payne 2; Remedy Entertainment; Intro; In game video
|Psychonauts Intro - Double Fine Productions|
The startup logos and the introduction video from Psychonauts on the PC - played when the player first starts the game, setting off the initial story immediately. Included are the original BIK files and the MPEG4 converted versions, see the segment list for download details.
Keywords: Psychonauts; Double Fine Productions; Intro; In game video
|Red Alert 3 Intro - EA Los Angeles|
The Intro cutscene files from Red Alert 3, taken from the 2008 game demo. It explains the backstory of altering time, and the rise of Japan as a world superpower in the altered time line. As all the Red Alert games, the cutscenes involve live actors. Files are available in the original Red Alert 3 video codec format and audio, which might not play on all players, or as converted H264 video files.
Keywords: Red Alert 3; Intro; Cutscene; FMV; EA Los Angeles
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|Max Payne Intro - Remedy Entertainment|
The video intro for the game Max Payne, showing with some dramatic music some of the fight scenes from the game and the title. This played before the main menu appeared on the PC version.
Keywords: Max Payne; Remedy Entertainment; Intro; In game video
|Call of Duty 4 - Intro - Infinity Ward|
The introduction movie from the PC version of Call of Duty 4, showing many of the in game levels and voice snippets hinting at the story (similar to versions in past Call of Duty games). Also includes the Activision and Infinity Ward logos, and legal note, which accompanied the intro. Files are available in original BIK format and converted H264 AVI files. To get the original BIK files click on "All Files: HTTP" on the left hand side.
Keywords: Call of Duty 4; Infinity Ward; Activision; Intro
|Battlefield 2 Intro - Digital Illusions CE (DICE)|
The developer/publisher logos (Dice, EA), legal info (Legal) and intro (Intro) to the game Battlefield 2. Included are the original BIK files and converted H264 versions. To get the BIK files click on "All Files: HTTP" on the left.
Keywords: Battlefield 2; DICE; Digital Illusions CE; EA Games; Intro
|Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior - Cutscenes - Kuju Entertainment|
All of the in-game cutscenes from the game Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior, including the introduction movie, credits and developer/publisher logos. Any videos with voiceover has the German language version in addition, postfixed _G, due to these files being from the UK release of the game (obviously the disk was pressed for both languages). The file names note where they come in sequence (mainly before certain levels such as _pre1a, seemingly out of 16 - the final one being _post16) along with t...
Keywords: Kuju Entertainment; THQ; Fire Warrior; Warhammer 40000; Intro; Cutscene; Games Workshop Interactive
|BioShock Intro and Attract - 2K Boston/2K Australia|
Bioshock's developer logos (2KG_logo_720P) introduction video (PlaneSequence), main menu video (GathererTeddyBear) and the attract video (attractMovie). The logos play before the game starts up. The intro video is played immediately on pressing "New Game". The main menu movie will play in the background of the main menu (although it has an odd name). Finally, the attract video will play if the main menu is left alone for a long amount of time...
Keywords: BioShock; 2K Boston; 2K Australia; Intro; Attract; In game movie
|The Last Express Intro - Smoking Car Productions|
The brief intro for The Last Express which sets the scene of the Orient Express, leaving on its last run before World War 1 erupts. The player gains control of the lead character immediately after the intro ends. It nicely shows off some of the audio, and visuals of the game, which was released in 1997. Interestingly there is no tutorial or guide in-game, although hints are given about the story immediately from what is in the lead characters inventory...
Keywords: The Last Express; Intro; Orient Express; Smoking Car Productions; Broderbund Software
|Call of Duty: United Offensive - Intro - Gray Matter Interactive|
The introduction movie to Call of Duty: United Offensive, presented in it's original 512x512 form. To view this movie correctly you must use a media player which can force a 4:3 aspect ratio. The intro movie shows some of the scenes from the game levels (notably, because the player character which might be in them isn't rendered, some of the scenes look a bit odd if watching the intro after playing the game)...
Keywords: Gray Matter Interactive; Activision; Call of Duty; Call of Duty United Offensive; Intro
|Red Alert Cutscenes - Westwood Studios|
All 123 cutscene files from the original Red Alert by Westwood Entertianment as found off the CD versions of the original Red Alert, the expansions Counterstrike and The Aftermath, as well as the Playstation version Retaliation. There are the various mission briefings, prolog to the game, game intros and 3d rendered cutscene videos. The videos did not have specific titles, and the description of most are available from the filename itself (eg: ally1.avi is for the first Allied mission briefing, ...
Keywords: Red Alert; Cutscenes; Intro; Westwood Studios; Joseph D. Kucan; In game video